More City-Produced Events
Plan ahead and check out these City of Toronto-produced arts and culture, food, heritage, music and sporting events scheduled for later in the year. Visit the Festivals & Events Calendar to find even more events.
An international forum for real-world applications of geographic information systems (GIS) technology. November 2019
Torontonians involved in community sports gather for a day-long networking and capacity building event.
Ring in the New Year at Nathan Phillips Square on December 31, 2019 with free entertainment and a stunning midnight fireworks display.
Join Mayor John Tory and Toronto City Councillors for the annual family-friendly skating party in January.
Savour Toronto's winter culinary scene with prix fixe menus at the city's top restaurants, plus unique food events. January – February, 2020.
Enjoy family events at High Park Zoo, Riverdale Farm and Toronto's museums, plus many City–run recreation programs and activities in your community. February 2020.
Explore and celebrate the heritage, traditions and culture of African-Canadians all month at events across the city. February 2020.
Get outside and enjoy all the winter activities that Toronto has to offer, including skating, skiing, snowshoeing and more. February - March 2020.
Celebrate the abilities and talents of Toronto's youth in the areas of civic engagement, recreation, arts and sports. May 2020.
Welcome newcomers with a celebration of Toronto's diverse communities at Nathan Phillips Square. May 2020.
Find out where these pretty spring flowers are blooming near you and take part in the century-old Japanese tradition of cherry blossom viewing. Early May.
Explore more than 100 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across Toronto. May 23-24, 2020.
The City and the Toronto Public Library collaborate with local organizations to host more than 100 free events and workshops. May 2020.
Hundreds of young performers take to the stage to showcase their urban dance styles. June 2020.
Each June 6, the City of Toronto honours the Canadian men and women who took part in D-Day – the Allied forces’ invasion of Normandy, France on June 6, 1944.
Each June hundreds run or walk through downtown Toronto to raise funds to improve the quality of life for seniors. Take the challenge! June 2020.
A multi-day festival to celebrate Indigenous culture at Fort York. June 19–21, 2020.
Enjoy live performances by orchestras, big bands Jazz ensembles and more at the Scarborough Civic Centre twice a month from September to June.
Toronto's delicious prix fixe summer foodie event offers three-course menus at 200 of Toronto's top restaurants. July 5-21, 2019.
Celebrate Canada Day and Multiculturalism Day across the city with music, entertainment, food, parades, fireworks and more. July 1, 2020.